éco Maison Bois

This month, the French magazine éco Maison Bois, specialized in the wood construction sector, published in its issue 54 two articles on achievements of Rusticasa and EC-Bois, our subsidiary in

National Award for Wooden Architecture – PNAM’19

 Casa do Rio Rural Hotel, in Vila Nova de Foz Côa, won the 2019 National Award for Wooden Architecture. The architect Francisco Vieira de Campos’s project for Quinta do

New CE Marking

The new ITSTM (Insulated Timber System) building system developed by RUSTICASA has just been CE marked. After a year of thorough testing of the separate elements and ISOLAM® panels used

New catalogue

RUSTICASA® publishes its New Catalogue. With a completely revised design and expanded information, this new catalogue replaces the previous one, ready to step down after more than 10 years in

Nature, is harmony of the elements

RUSTICASA® is starting its Christmas campaign with a new promotional video titled “Nature, is harmony of the elements”. Fully filmed in 4k in Quinta do Orgal, near Vila Nova de

Corporate Manual 2019

Visual Identity Manual Version: V1//2019 It is with great pleasure that we present the manual of the new visual identity of RUSTICASA. This manual describes the visual and verbal elements

Construir’18 awards

Casa do Rio was once again distinguished with the Construir’18 Award, in the category of Best Private Project. CONSTRUIR magazine, in a clear sign of commitment, perseverance and dedication to

Mies van der Rohe 2019 Awards

Casa do Rio nominated for the European Union Award for Contemporary Architecture Mies van der Rohe 2019. This project was selected to integrate the 5 nominations that the Order of

New ITS™ Building System

RUSTICASA® introduces its new ITS™ (Insulated Timber System) building system with ISOLAM® self-supporting panels. The  glued laminated wood panels insulated with cork at its core, used as structural and cladding

The most popular houses of 2017 in Homify

In 2017, numerous RUSTICAS® projects were highlighted by Homify’s editorial teams from around the world. Two projects in particular were selected by readers of the Turkish and Taiwanese editions of